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  • Dustin Turner Research Paper

    Dustin Turner should be released from prison. He was going through the Navy Seal training trying to finish around the age of 20 years old. He and his “friend” Billy Joe Brown had to become friends over the course of time, because they were paired up together at the beginning of their training. They both were released for a few weeks, because of over stress, they decide to go have some fun, and go to some bars and parties. One night Dustin and Billy were at a bar, and young innocent women named Jennifer Evans was killed and raped by Billy Joe Brown. Billy Joe Brown told Dustin Turner if he did not help him hide the body he would kill him too. Dustin Turner was forced to help him, but after a few days Dustin Turner could not hold it in any longer and had to tell the police what happened. He then went to court for the case, and was convicted for 82 Years in jail. The main reason why this does not make sense to me is, because if Dustin Turner actually did the crime why would he go the police and tell them where to find the body? After being forced to help Billy Joe Brown Hide the body. Dustin Turner could not hold it in and had to go to the police. He told them everything and where to find the body. He also told the police everything in detail what happened from the beginning to the end. You would think if a man is trying to do the right thing, and tell the police the truth about a tragedy like this he would not be convicted so harshly. During the trial, the court was not given…

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  • I Am Not A Myth Poem Analysis

    In the poem “I am Not a Myth,” the author Matthew Hittinger uses sensual symbols of the rich and glamorous to examine the tension between Old Hollywood and New Hollywood. The enjambment, the (feminine?) sounding endings to each stanza and the (constant rhyme scheme?) in the poem highlights the cycle and materialism of fame. The speaker in the poem is the well-known film actress, Marlene Dietrich, who is commenting on the night she meant Marilyn Monroe. Hittinger adds this piece of information to…

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  • Selena Gomez Research Papers

    A plane full of celebrities has crashed due to an explosion and it has killed all the celebrities, in the plane. However, one of the celebrities was murdered an hour before the explosion and empirical and molecular formulas are key to finding out who killed who and who was the cause of the explosion. A molecular formula gives all the atoms in the compound and an empirical formula is the lowest whole number ratio of the molecular formula. Both of the formulas are used to discover what compounds…

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  • Rock And Roll In American Culture

    Rock and Roll began with jazz, blues, folk, and gospel, and from there, it has morphed into the almost all-encompassing classification that we label the genre today. Throughout the history of Rock and Roll music, it has been an example of evolution, not just in the music industry, but in American culture. The history of Rock and Roll is intertwined with our nation’s history, oftentimes being a catalyst for our country's progress. Today, Rock and Roll exists as a beautiful collection of sounds…

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  • Song Analysis Of Feeling Good, By Nina Simone

    “Music speaks what cannot be expressed, soothes the mind and gives it rest, heals the heart and makes it whole, flow from heaven to the soul (Monet).” Feeling good was originally written in 1965, by Nina Simone. This song has been used in the popular culture such as, “Point of No Return” and “Six Feet Under”. A song cover was later done by Jennifer Hudson in 2011, and Lauryn Hill in 2015. Although Nina Simone wrote the song, Jennifer Hudson sang it better due to melody, rhythm, and…

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  • John Stuart Mill: The Pros And Cons Of Utilitarianism

    Every day, we as humans, face tasks that we must come to a decision on whether we are going to do what is morally right, or for the better for the greatest amount of people. Utilitarianism is the action that is best, which procures the greatest happiness for the greatest numbers (100). This may be helpful for short term tasks and requirements, but in the long run always choosing the action that benefits everyone would ultimately hold people back. I will discuss both sides to utilitarianism, how…

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  • Advantages And Disadvantages Of Utilitarianism

    Most persuasive: Utilitarianism Mill’s theory of utilitarianism is based on “greatest happiness principle” that says “actions are right in proportion as they tend to promote happiness; wrong as they tend to produce the reverse of happiness” (Ethics: Theory and Contemporary Issues, Chapter 5). Mill defines happiness as pleasure and absence of pain. According to Mill, morality is based on the quality and quantity of pleasure produced by an action. It is not what you do, but how much of…

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  • Jeremy Bentham And Utilitarianism

    During the late 18th century, Jeremy Bentham conceived the idea that human actions are driven by the amount of pleasure one may feel by completing the action. Known as utilitarianism, it states that pleasure is the main motivational force of all actions. Ideally, a morally good action would yield an optimal amount of pleasure for the most amount of people. Bentham stated that pleasure is a product of good actions, and that the value of an action is based off of how much total pleasure it can…

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  • Catholicism And Utilitarianism

    Utilitarianism is an ethical theory that gauges the worth of actions by their ends and consequences. Utilitarianism, claims that a person should act in the way that produces the greatest amount of good over evil, and should consider everyone that would be affected by the action (Skelton,2017). In other words, the ethically “correct” action is the one that causes the most pleasure and the least pain for the greatest amount of people. This theory demands that all choices be considered based on the…

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  • Ethical Relativism In Advertising

    The utilitarianism and deontological ethical theories can be used to explain the solution to the ethical dilemma of pushing sales versus demeaning the body image of a consumer. The utilitarianism theory posits that the greater good is the only concern and that the right course of action would lead to the least amount of pain or the greatest pleasure. As such, the theory takes into account the majority instead of the minority. Most advertisements and promotions get considerable share of…

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